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Srixon announce new Trispeed 3 piece ball
February 1, 2010

Srixon have announced the latest addition to their range of balls - the new and improved Trispeed, a premium 3 piece ball designed for all types of golfer.

The new Trispeed offers three key user benefits:

Features of the Srixon Trispeed 3 piece ball

Greater distance: The soft mid layer, with its large and highly resilient Energetic Gradient Growth core - made possible by thin cover technology - produces greater ball speed with softer compression and a high launch angle with low spin for increased carry and roll, giving great distance and feel with every club.

Penetrating trajectory: The larger core, coupled with a 324 dimple design, promotes a penetrating ball trajectory that is unyielding to wind conditions, together with a shallow landing angle that gives both greater carry and roll. The Trispeed's " Powershear" dimple pattern is tuned for amateur swing speeds to create maximum distance.

Soft feel: The Trispeed is one of the softest compression balls in its price range. The thin but durable ionomer cover, with the Rabalon HR+ blended and highly resilient yet soft mid layer, allied to the soft core, provide an extremely soft feel on all shots without sacrificing distance and responsiveness.

Srixon Trispeed 3 piece ball

Srixon has been the UK's top 2 piece ball for more than 2 years, with its AD333 being the number one selling 2 piece ball.

The new Trispeed balls will have an RRP of £34.99 (40 Euros) and will be available from all leading golf professionals and retail outlets from Spring 2010.

For further details visit www.srixon.co.uk

 

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